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Dr. Bruce Fife
The title of this book makes a bold statement. It promises a cure. Is this really possible? Yes, there is a cure to arthritis. You can eliminate arthritis and fibromyalgia pain permanently. The book reveals the true cause of arthritis and fibromyalgia.
Up till now these conditions have been considered incurable. The reason for this is that doctors have not recognised the cause, and without knowing the cause it is virtually impossible to develop a cure.
Recent medical research, however, has established a clear cause and effect connection. The underlying cause for all the major forms of arthritis and for fibromyalgia is now known. Drugs aren't the answer.
However, there are natural health-promoting therapies that do work and can stop the progression of the disease and encourage regeneration and recovery. In this book you will read about new ground-breaking medical research, fascinating case studies, and inspiring personal success stories. You will learn about a totally unique approach to overcoming arthritis and fibromyalgia called the Anti-Arthritis Battle Plan.
More importantly, you will learn what steps you must take in order to stop the disease process and regain your health.
This book asserts that there is such a thing as a drug-free cure for arthritis and fibromyalgia. This is not just pain reduction, but elimination.
According to the author (and new medical research), the cause of arthritis is due to infection, either viral or bacterial. The first place to look for a cause, especially if you have had a root canal. It is very hard to clean all of the bacteria out of a diseased tooth, so if the root canal was done improperly, it is very possible that some of that bad bacteria will enter your bloodstream through a cut or scrape in your mouth. The bacteria will travel to someplace "safe," where there is little blood nearby, like a bone joint.
That is why the usual drugs have little, or no, effect, as the bacteria eats away at your cartilage